ICC Champions Trophy - 9th match, Group B

South Africa v West Indies

Match tied (D/L method)

10.1

DJ Bravo to Amla, 1 wide, short, wide, too wide. Called too

10.1

DJ Bravo to Amla, FOUR, wide length ball, he goes after it, the ball flies off the outside half of the bat, and beats point

10.2

DJ Bravo to Amla, 2 runs, another wide length ball, this time Amla has timed it beautifully, but can't beat cover where Gayle dives to take the sting off

10.3

DJ Bravo to Amla, no run, half-volley outside off, driven away hard, but straight to cover

10.4

DJ Bravo to Amla, no run, short of a length, outside off, holds its line, beats Amla who is looking to open his face

10.5

DJ Bravo to Amla, 1 run, nearly run out. Amla misses out first. This is a leg-side half-volley, which he has hit straight to the little Bravo at midwicket. Amla runs with the shot, and would have been caught short had Bravo hit the only stump visible to him

10.6

DJ Bravo to Ingram, 1 run, played to mid-on with soft hands, and they take the single

South Africa 68/0   DJ Bravo 1-0-9-0

18.1

DJ Bravo to Duminy, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, 79mph, cut away for one

18.2

DJ Bravo to de Villiers, 1 run, short of a length, on off, punched away for one

18.3

DJ Bravo to Duminy, no run, bouncer, outside off, gets too high for a pull for Duminy

18.4

DJ Bravo to Duminy, OUT, strangled down the leg side? Or is he? This is short, down the leg side, he is trying to pull it, but ends up gloving it. Not quite a strangle

JP Duminy c †Charles b DJ Bravo 2 (6m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00

18.5

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, no run, short of a length, angling in towards off, defended

18.6

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, FOUR, wide length ball, du Plessis has driven it on the up, and between mid-off and cover. That looks so much like something de Villiers would do

South Africa 132/3   DJ Bravo 2-0-15-1

20.1

DJ Bravo to de Villiers, 1 run, short of a length, wide, cut away to deep point

20.2

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, 1 run, slower ball, wide outside off, driven to long-off

20.3

DJ Bravo to de Villiers, 3 runs, driven on the up, wide of deep cover, they can come back for the third

20.4

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, 1 run, short of a length, angling in, beats the inside edge, goes for a leg-bye

20.5

DJ Bravo to de Villiers, no run, driven on the up again, but can't beat cover

20.6

DJ Bravo to de Villiers, FOUR, through midwicket. Short of a length, pulled away powerfully, but it is only just to the right of little Bravo at midwicket. I think he doesn't even get a touch to it

South Africa 149/3   DJ Bravo 3-0-25-1

28.1

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, 1 run, slower short ball, he has to wait and wait, and in the end he nearly ends up getting caught at cover. Bounces short of Rampaul

28.2

DJ Bravo to Miller, no run, slower bouncer. Well outside leg, but that's because Miller is making room. He tries to ramp it in the end, and fails

28.3

DJ Bravo to Miller, no run, short of a length, angling across, beats the edge as he tries to cut it. That's regulation pace

28.4

DJ Bravo to Miller, 2 runs, short, into the body, pulled away fine of deep square for a couple

28.5

DJ Bravo to Miller, SIX, finally one in the slot. Length ball, outside leg, 70mph, he waits for it to arrive, and sends it flying over wide long-on for six

28.6

DJ Bravo to Miller, 1 run, bouncer, head high, pulled away to deep midwicket

South Africa 207/4   DJ Bravo 4-0-35-1

30.1

DJ Bravo to du Plessis, OUT, yorker outside leg, hits him on the pad, throws the stumps down as they try a leg-bye, and he has caught du Plessis short. That's a set man gone, and the new man will be on the strike too. Superb worl from Bravo in his follow-through

F du Plessis run out 35 (53m 32b 3x4 1x6) SR: 109.37

30.2

DJ Bravo to McLaren, SIX, top edge for a six. That's a top edge, man. Short straight boundaries at it again. This is a bouncer, at regulation pace, McLaren goes for it, edges it, and it sails over fine leg

30.3

DJ Bravo to McLaren, 1 wide, trying to bowl the slower bouncer outside leg, but McLaren is not back away to make room, and this is a wide down the leg side

30.3

DJ Bravo to McLaren, no run, tries to charge him, and is beaten by the bouncer at regulation pace

30.4

DJ Bravo to McLaren, 1 run, looks to pull, this is bowled at 82mph, and he is late into it, and gets a single off the mis-hit

30.5

DJ Bravo to Miller, OUT, full, on middle and leg, 85mph, so not a slower ball, but Miller is cramped on the drive, and can't beat mid-off

DA Miller c Sammy b DJ Bravo 38 (40m 29b 1x4 3x6) SR: 131.03

30.6

DJ Bravo to McLaren, 1 leg bye, slower ball, outside leg, he looks to slog, but is beaten

South Africa 230/6   DJ Bravo 5-0-43-2
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Jun 14, 2013

The hover cover was employed regularly, South Africa v West Indies, Champions Trophy, Group B, Cardiff, June 14, 2013

The hover cover was employed regularly

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Jun 14, 2013

Darren Bravo and Darren Sammy walked off dejected, South Africa v West Indies, Champions Trophy, Group B, Cardiff, June 14, 2013

Darren Bravo and Darren Sammy walked off dejected

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